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Milwaukee Twisted Dreams Film Festival
Milwaukee, WI-The Twisted Dreams Film Festival has announced two new festival panels, “Politics In Horror” and “Women In Horror.”
Politics In Horror” will occur Apr. 14 at 2 pm, and will consist of Ross Bigley, an award-winning filmmaker and founder of the Milwaukee Short Film Festival, David Luhrssen, an author and managing editor of the Shepherd Express, and Jason Thorton, a local filmmaker and author who will screen a clip of his new film “Cactus Jack" at the panel. More information about the film can be found here. The panel will be moderated by Michael Viers, a local filmmaker and podcaster who's previously had films at the TDFF.
“Women In Horror” will occur Apr. 15 at 2 pm, and will include Susan Kerns, a filmmaker, writer, and professor at Columbia College in Chicago, Wendy Keeling, an actor, artist, and filmmaker based in Nashville who will have a film in this year's festival, and Theda de Sade, a dancer, model, actress, and playwright who founded Glamour Junkies, a neo-burlesque troupe. She is also one of the feature film judges and was the hostess of the Twisted Dreams Masquerade Ball last October. The panel will be moderated by Josephine Yanasak-Leszczynski, a writer and critic.
The Milwaukee Twisted Dreams Film Festival will occur at the Times Cinema at 5906 W. Vliet St. from April 13-15. More information can be found at http://www.twisteddreamsff.com/.
About Milwaukee Twisted Dreams Film Festival With surrounding cities like Madison, Chicago and Oshkosh hosting their own festivals dedicated to horror, co-directors Christopher House and Stephen Milek decided it was time Milwaukee had one to call its own. Thus, the Twisted Dream Film Festival was born in all its bloody glory. The TDFF is dedicated to